Directed by Paul Leni. US. 1928. NR. 2 hour 4 minutes. Universal. Digital Restoration.
Brand New 4K restoration with a newly recorded orchestral score by the Berklee School of Music! Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, this silent film classic tells the story of Gwynplaine (Conrad Veidt). Orphaned and disfigured by a villainous king, Gwynplaine wanders the countryside alone until one day his rescues an abandoned blind girl (Mary Philbin). As the years go by, the two lost souls fall in love – but . . .
Directed by William Friedkin. US. 1973/2000. R. 2 hour 13 minutes. Warner Bros. Digital Restoration.
Special Halloween Night Illuminating Cinema Event!
Heads spin when twelve-year-old Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair) enters a room – or at least hers does, after she’s possessed by an evil entity in William Friedkin’s horrifying adaptation of William Peter Blattyʼs best-selling novel. A very controversial film in its time, The Exorcist has lost none of its ability to shock and scare despite innumerable imitations and sequels . . .
Directed by Billy Wilder. US. 1960. NR. 2 hour 5 minutes. Park Circus. Digital Restoration.
What’s so special about cubicle dweller Bud Baxter’s (Jack Lemmon) average apartment? The rent’s cheap, it’s close to work and his bosses want to use it for their extramarital affairs. When Baxter’s top boss Mr. Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray) dangles the carrot of a big promotion in exchange for unlimited apartment use, Baxter is disappointed to learn that Sheldrake’s mistress is Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine . . .